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Professional Arts, Inc.Right to Health, A (Part I)

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A Right to Health, Neighborhood Health Centers in Profile. A Production of Professional Arts, Inc. in San Mateo, CA for the Office of Health Affairs and Office of Economic Opportunity. Directed and Produced by David W. Parker, PhD, Written by Parker and William J. Bicknell, M.D., shot and edited by Peter P. Drowne, narrated by Earle Marsh, M.D.
0726 PA8850 Right to Health, A


This movie is part of the collection: Prelinger Archives

Producer: Professional Arts, Inc.
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Motion Pictures: Sponsored; Health and Hygiene; Medicine: Public Health

Creative Commons license: Public Domain


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Reviewer: Spuzz - 2.00 out of 5 stars2.00 out of 5 stars - May 4, 2004
Subject: Here, Jose, Here's your toothbrush.
Excretiatingly long expose about why every small town needs health care workers and centers to care for the homeless and poor. Along with the low low volume on this, the thing drags on FAR too long for it's own good and subject, while it may be interesting is presented rather aloofishly. Is somewhat redeemed by the colorful residents and, of course, the dentist carving out Jose's name on his toothbrush for him using of course his dentist's drill.